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Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Baltimore Arena on 1999-11-08




11/8/99
Phil Lesh And Friends
Baltimore Arena
Baltimore, MD

Unknown aud > ? > cdr > EAC(secure) > Cool Edit > mkwact(seekable)
Thanks to RowJimmy for the disks!
shn conversion by mvernon54@attbi.com

Disk 1
Set 1
01. [08:42] Jam>
02. [25:35] Morning Dew>
03. [13:24] The Wheel >
04. [12:54] Playin' in the Band >

Disk 2
01. [11:27] Just a Little Light>
02. [04:10] Playin' Jam>
03. [06:39] Get Together>
04. [07:51] Cold Rain and Snow

The Band: Phil Lesh, John Molo, Warren Haynes (guitar), Derek Trucks (guitar), Rob Barraco (keys)
Bob Dylan Band closed

Notes:
1. Cool Edit used to remove small gaps near track boundaries
2. shntool confirm tracks on sectors


Collection PhilLeshandFriends
Band/Artist Phil Lesh and Friends
Date November 8, 1999
Venue Baltimore Arena
Location Baltimore, MD

Source Unknown aud > ? > cdr > EAC(secure) > Cool Edit > mkwact(seekable)
Taped by chris dipietro
Transferred by Matt Vernon


Notes

Unknown aud > ? > cdr > EAC(secure) > Cool Edit > mkwact(seekable)

Reviews

Reviewer: East Coast - - December 9, 2005
Subject: Jammin' Show
The show is great. The sound quality reflects the hall. The Baltimore arena's sound is very hollow which is what you will hear, I don't actually think it is all the recorder's fault. I actually don't think the sound is that bad though. It sounds like where I was sitting.

The Bob Dylan showed that followed was awesome too. Probably the best harmonica on Tangled Up In Blue I have ever heard. If anyone has a version of Bob's show, email me at melvinr@netzero.com.
Reviewer: fez_43 - - April 28, 2005
Subject: horrible sq
i loved this show, unfortunately i jumped on this tour after steve left- halloween was the first show i caught. that aside, the sound quality of this show is HORRIBLE. one of the worst modern era shows ive heard on the archive- it sounds like a crappy rig that has been compressed to 64k mp3 and uncompressed back to WAV files. do not bother with this one unless you absolutely have to have it.
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